Posted: 05/02/2006 - TXDoT says there won't be traffic delays, but a week's worth of hurricane training will give them an added presence on local highways. Governor Rick Perry has ordered a preparedness exercise that will begin Wednesday.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M has responded to a legal ruling concerning the Corps's Parsons Mounted Cavalry. The 10th Court of Appeals in Waco overturned Judge Rick Davis's ruling from 2004, which ordered the university to reconduct disciplinary hearings over hazing accusations.
Posted: 05/02/2006 - A Bryan man accused of murder remains behind bars with bond set a $2 million. 22- year- old Michael Young was arrested and charged with murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Posted: 05/02/2006 - Texas Governor Rick Perry Tuesday announced the state's 211 service is being expanded to help those who can't evacuate during hurricanes and other disasters -- get help.
Posted: 05/02/2006 - Anna Nicole Smith is free to go after a share of her late husband's fortune. That's because she has the entire US Supreme Court on her side in a technicality.
Posted: 05/02/2006 - Enron founder Kenneth Lay is expected to wrap up his testimony today in his federal fraud and conspiracy trial in Houston. After that, the defense is expected to call several character witnesses.
Posted: 05/02/2006 - A former San Angelo coach faces a charge of having an improper relationship with a student. The 43-year-old was a coach and teacher at Grape Creek High School.
Posted: 05/02/2006 - Some former members of the space shuttle Columbia investigative board say they wonder why the agency overruled a top safety officer on a crucial decision last week. NASA's top leaders put off any further design changes to so-called ice frost ramps on the space shuttle's external fuel tank despite concerns from engineers.
Posted: 05/02/2006 - A woman convicted of leading the nation's deadliest smuggling attempt has been sentenced to more than 17 years in prison. Karla Patricia Chavez Joya sobbed yesterday in a Houston court and asked for forgiveness.
Posted: 05/02/2006 - From the suburbs of North Texas to the US-Mexico border, demonstrators marched and many businesses closed to back a nationwide boycott in support of immigrant rights. The demonstrations aimed to show the nation's reliance on the work and spending power of its illegal immigrants.
Updated: 05/02/2006 - A Burleson County family is homeless after a fire destroyed their mobile home. The fire started around 12:30 this afternoon on a private road off of County Road 1361 in the southern portion of the county.
Posted: 05/01/2006 - A college escapade resulted in injury early Monday morning when a female student fell from the Brazos River Bridge near the Burleson/Brazos County line.
Posted: 05/01/2006 - Texas A&M took time out to thank local volunteers during Hurricane's Katrina and Rita. Monday evening's event was a time to reflect on the past while keeping in mind another hurricane season is upon us.
Posted: 05/01/2006 - A Dallas-area woman accused of leaving her newborn baby in a Texas World Speedway restroom trash can has bonded out of jail. Brazos County District Judge J.D. Langley lowered Susan Chiniewicz's bond from three million dollars to $100,000 Friday.
Updated: 05/02/2006 - A tractor trailer traveling through Bryan left a chemical trail that forced the shutdown of roads near downtown Monday night and early Tuesday morning. Roads reopened about 4:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Posted: 05/01/2006 - It's case closed with no arrests in the case of two Texas A&M football players who were stabbed in College Station. Linemen Henry Smith and Marques Thornton were attacked outside The Canyon at Post Oak Mall in January.
Updated: 05/01/2006 - The Milam County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a jail inmate. Sheriff Charlie West says the body of Ricky Dale Shaw, 46, was found Monday in a holding cell around 5:30am.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - Gov. Rick Perry announced the appointment of James Greer of Keller and G. Kemble Bennett of College Station to the Texas Board of Professional Engineers. The board licenses engineers, enforces the Texas Engineering Practice Act and regulates the practice of professional engineering in Texas.
Updated: 05/01/2006 - Jury selection is set to begin Tuesday in the murder trial of a Montgomery man accused of stabbing a Navy serviceman at the Texas Renaissance Festival.
Posted: 05/01/2006 - The American Academy of Pediatrics is encouraging doctors and parents to take a more active role in fighting childhood obesity. The group has released a new policy statement that encourages children's doctors to routinely monitor how active their young patients are, and even their patients' parents.